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Lindy Tackle giveway.

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Lindy Tackle to give away Freebies at Northwest Sport Show!

Make sure that you stop by the Lindy booth (#’s 919 & 920) during the Northwest Sport Show, one of the nation’s top outdoor sport shows, at the Convention Center in Minneapolis, March 12th to the 15th. Lindy Fishing Tackle will be giving away free tackle samples to the first 500 anglers, each day of the show, who visit the Lindy booth! In addition, there will be free hourly, educational mini-seminars given by some of the top, professional anglers in the country. While you are there, make sure you check out the latest fishing tackle sensation, the X-Change Jig System. This system allows you to make quick changes in weight or color of your jig without re-tying!

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I'm planning on checking things out...free tackle is my favorite kind of tackle afterall.

Thanks Lindy.

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I'll be at the show working a booth so I might as well stop by Thanks Lindy

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HH- Which booth? I'll try and stop by and say HI... I'll be at the Shimano Booth all days.

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do they (northwest sport show) have a web site site?

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This is great! Since im working down there, ill have to swing in and say hi!

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Deitz,

I'll stop over and say hi. Thanks Lindy as well. I can always use more tackle grin

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Looks like Lindy will have a very busy booth. The free tackle is for the first 5000 there. Looks like a mad rush to me.

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My son and I plan on being down there one of the days. Deitz, fishnhuntboy might be looking at a cumara and a reel this year. We will be looking for you. Are you there each day?

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Tony- will be good to see you and your son again.. I will be at the Shimano Booth all days, from start to close.. If I am not at the booth ask one of the guys there, I may be working in one of the store booths.

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